The Fellowship for British Hairdressing Explained
What is the Fellowship for British Hairdressing?
The Fellowship for British Hairdressing is an independent, non-political organisation run by members, for members. The Fellowship focuses on promoting artistic and creative quality within the industry and providing support for future hairdressing talent keen to make their mark.
Who runs the Fellowship?
The Fellowship is run exclusively by members for members. The Fellowship Council takes charge of the day to day running of the organisation and is elected by Fellowship members.
What are its objectives?
The Fellowship aims to support hairdressers, celebrate creative excellence and promote the industry to the wider world. The Fellowship also actively encourages young talent and ongoing education through creative teams and opportunities.
What are the benefits of being a Fellowship membership?
The Fellowship for British Hairdressing is seen as the crème de la crème of British hairdressing, meaning members are automatically recognised as going above and beyond in the industry, Other benefits include:
– Free or discounted entry to Fellowship education and inspiration events across the country.
– Shows and workshops.
– Regular industry news through the Fellowship magazine, website and events.
– Events focussed on education, skills, training, business and networking.
– The chance to be involved in numerous creative teams, including the F.A.M.E. Team, Colour Project and Project X, as well as the opportunity to vote for Fellowship Awards and apply for the Sassoon and Step Up and Shine Scholarships.
Who should consider joining the Fellowship?
Salon owners or individuals who are the very best in their area, or those who are striving to be the best.
What special events does the Fellowship run?
The Fellowship has a packed calendar of events, which take place across the country. These include Members’ Nights, where members can present on stage, workshops and courses covering education, inspiration and business, presentation evenings covering everything from colour to men’s hairdressing and social media skills, stage time at events including Salon International, and the Fellowship’s annual Luncheon and Awards at Christmas.
What is the cost of membership?
ClubStar membership (for hairdressers aged 16 to 25): £60
Individual membership (for one person): £295
House membership (three people from the same salon or salon group): £590
House Plus membership (six people from the same salon or salon group): £885
Affiliate International membership (for any hairdresser who lives and works outside the UK): £315
Download the Fellowship for British Hairdressing information pack to find out more